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 By Paul Murphy

JDT's bad omens for AFC Champions League after winless Thai tour

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Malaysia assistant coach Brad Maloney recap the highlights of the 2017 AFC Cup draw.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey talks to JDT general manager Ismail Ibrahim about how his side fared in the AFC Cup draw.

Bangkok United head coach Mano Polking is unlikely to be enduring sleepless nights ahead of the AFC Champions League (ACL) preliminary round clash with Johor Darul Ta'zim after watching the Malaysian champions outclassed in a 1-0 friendly defeat at Buriram United on Saturday night.

Polking will have noted the weak defending that allowed Buriram's danger man Diogo Luis Santo to side foot home the winning goal, unchallenged after a free kick from the left in the sixth minute.

He will also have observed...

 By Paul Murphy

Former Premier League striker Leroy Lita joins Thailand club Sisaket

Jason Dasey and Stanely Bernard discuss Thailand's future after winning their record fifth AFF Cup.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Thai star Charyl Chappuis who helped Suphanburi win in the Thai Premier League.
At a young age, Charyl Chappuis' passion for football was ignited. Delve into the story of how his love for the game has evolved.
Jason Dasey and Matt Smith break down Thailand's resilient effort in their 2-2 draw against Australia in WCQ.
Sisaket striker Leroy Lita
Leroy Lita last played in the English fourth tier for Yeovil Town in 2016.

Former English Premier League striker Leroy Lita has joined Sisaket FC in the Thai League as he begins a new challenge in a colourful career.

Lita has scored against both Manchester United and Chelsea, so he knows the way to goal against some of the top clubs in the world. He will now have to try and rediscover the scoring touch that prompted then-Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers to sign him for £1.75m in 2011.

Lita arrives in Thailand after some time out of the game, having left English League...

 By Paul Murphy

Buriram United come from behind to win Mekong Club Championship

Jason Dasey and Stanely Bernard discuss Thailand's future after winning their record fifth AFF Cup.

Buriram United striker Diogo Luis Santo put in a match-winning performance as the Thai side beat Laos champions Lanexang United 2-0 to claim the Toyota Mekong Club Championship 2-1 on aggregate.

In the second leg of the final in Thailand on Sunday night, the Brazilian tormented his opponents throughout. He won and scored a first-half penalty before Go Seul-ki added a second early in the second half.

Diogo then drew the foul that saw Lanexang skipper Soukaphone Vongchiengkham sent off late in the...

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Hassan Sunny signs with Home United, but eyes quick Thailand return

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Fazrul Nawaz assess Singapore's chances of qualifying for the AFC Asian Cup in UAE in 2019.
FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss the future of the S.League after CEO, Lim Chin, announced he will step down in March.
Jason Dasey and Singapore international Fazrul Nawaz dive into Ken Ilso's move to Kedah and his potential in Malaysia.
Hassan Sunny, Army and Singapore GK 2016
Hassan Sunny has joined Home United after being released from Army United last month.

National goalkeeper Hassan Sunny admits that he'd like to return to the Premier League of Thailand (PLT) next year, despite signing a 12-month contract with Singapore's Home United.

Hassan was released from PLT club Army United last month, becoming a free agent.

Several S.League clubs were interested in the powerful 32-year-old, with Home United winning the race for his signature, as they look to return to their glory days.

But Hassan talked about his sadness in leaving Thailand after two seasons,...

 By Paul Murphy

Muang Thong United sign Korean midfielder Lee Ho for 2017 ACL

Jason Dasey and Stanely Bernard discuss Thailand's future after winning their record fifth AFF Cup.
Lee Ho of Muang Thong United
Lee Ho, left, played in the 2006 World Cup and has appeared in the Europa League for Zenit St Petersburg.

Thai champions Muang Thong United have stepped up preparations for this year's AFC Champions League (ACL) campaign by signing veteran South Korean midfielder Lee Ho from Asian champions Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.

Lee's experience could prove invaluable as the Kirins get set to take on Japanese champions Kashima Antlers, and two other teams, when they return to the ACL group stage for the first time since 2013. And the former South Korean international will be hoping to relaunch a career that has stalled...